spamzzy and co. will need to find a new home to stay in Mexico

Infinity exit CS:GO

The Costa Rican organization have released their lineup and exited the scene after 3+ years. has confirmed that Costa Rican organization Infinity have parted ways with their roster and will be closing their CS:GO division outright. The move marks the end of the organization's almost four-year involvement in CS:GO, which began when they signed FULL SEND ahead of ESL Pro League Season 9. Infinity's former head coach, Aldair "alone" Torres, told that the organization decided not to renew with the team as part of a more general change to the organization's structure rather than because of the team's in-server performance.

The decision to part ways with their CS:GO team comes as something of a surprise as Infinity had recently moved the team to a Mexico City team house in August in order to resolve longstanding ping issues for the team. Infinity were unique as a majority South American roster for their decision to compete in North America in large part due to earlier ties to the scene through the shuttered ESL Pro League Americas division.

This move to Mexico City seemed to have paid off for Infinity as they qualified to the IEM Rio Americas RMR in October. Despite the team failing to win a single match, it was an important moment for the fledging Central American, Peruvian, and Colombian scenes as this was the closest any players from these regions had come to qualifying to a Major.

ex-Infinity's IGL and captain, Andrés "spamzzy" Correa, tells that the team plan on sticking together as they look for a new organization. One major concern for the team, however, is whether the majority of the squad will be able to stay in Mexico without organizational support. Additionally, alone may not stay with the squad long-term as he also remains employed with Infinity as their Head of FPS.

Additionally, the team have also changed out a member of their starting lineup as Joel "tor1towOw" Rios Manrique left the team on December 31st. In his place, ex-Infinity, now known as Cartel terraza, have added Paraguayan player Santiago "LegenD" Diaz to their ranks. LegenD previously played with NoVum in ESEA Main and also attended Fragadelphia 17 with the squad.

Cartel terraza are now:

  • Andrés "spamzzy" Correa

  • Mexico Francisco "k1Nky" Alvares

  • Renato "Pacman" Morales

  • Mexico Bryan "Marro" Valles Valenzuela

  • Santiago "LegenD" Diaz

  • Stephane "GuepaRd" Cazottes (Coach)

Cartel terraza will be making their ESEA Advanced Season 44 debut against Frag Machines tonight at 09:30PM.

Update: alone has confirmed to that he will not be staying with Cartel terraza while Stephane "GuepaRd" Cazottes will be taking over as head coach.

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#1(With 0 replies)
January 16, 2023 06:36PM
Wtf that's a suprise
#2(With 0 replies)
January 16, 2023 09:36PM
Aww, that's a shame.
#3(With 0 replies)
January 17, 2023 09:13AM
don't blame them, they haven't made much progress in last 3 years
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